If you’re planning on visiting Walt Disney World this week, the hurdle of getting in the gate might be the easiest part of your visit. While we expect that wait times and the price of Disney Genie+ will be higher this week, Disney Park Pass availability remains nearly wide open as the week begins. As of publish time, Magic Kingdom is sold out for day tickets today and tomorrow, and Annual Passholders will not be able to make a new Park Pass reservation for Magic Kingdom at this time, but will be able to park hop in a few hours.
Here’s a look at the Disney Park Pass availability as we begin Thanksgiving Week at Walt Disney World. First, here’s a look at Passholder reservation availability, noting that most of the Annual Pass types are blocked out during this week or at least the busiest days this week. We also see a single partially sold-out date in December, which is behind the pace of what we saw this time last year.
For guests with day tickets, Magic Kingdom is sold out for today and tomorrow. If you haven’t already purchased tickets or made your Disney Park Pass reservations for later this week, we recommend that you do that as soon as possible today.
In terms of wait times, they will be significantly higher this week than last week, and probably the highest that we’ll see since Spring Break. If wait times continue to follow the trend we’ve seen this year, we’d expect to see them settle in somewhere around 10% lower on average this week than in 2022.
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